Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Masters Hockey World Cup: England land clean sweep of golds

England’s Masters teams landed all four World Cup titles on a memorable day for the host nation to cap a superb 10 days of hockey in Nottingham.

All of England’s men’s and women’s over-35s and over-40s finished the tournament with 100 per cent records at the first of three Masters World Cups this year. But it went down to the wire before England over-40s goalkeeper Paul Hatton kept out a typical, never-say-die performance from an Australia unit in a thrilling shoot-out to spark joyous scenes at Nottingham Hockey Centre.

Victory left England O40s retaining their title, along with England’s women O35s who are now double world champions.

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  1. Great article, but although you say they won ’gold’ the actual medals are a ridiculously cheap piece of wood, they don’t even say ‘winner’ on them! Such a shame they couldn’t get something worth treasuring outside of the great memories they all made.


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